Is it possible for PF muscles to ever fix themselves in relation to us fixing poor habits? For a while after my son was born, whenever I would stand for long periods of time, it felt like all the blood was rushing down to my perineum, and I would have this painful burning sensation in my lower back. I hadn’t found this gem of a site at that point, and was probably doing 100+ kegels daily, trying to be diligent and stay tuned. *hah* After finding this site, squatting, walking 4+ miles daily, and giving up on kegels, (My apologies to the queen!) I no longer experience that pain. I always thought it was just time more fully healing my body, but could these changes have been my body self correcting as I learn better habits?
sustanon should be injected at least twice a week provide stable blood levels, the propionate in sustanon will be out of your system by the time you inject again. 100mg of Deca every 10 days is about just enough for the joint healing properties but I wouldn’t expect anything dramatic from it. The chances of gyno are a lot more from your sustanon than 100mg a week of deca. All you need is a minimal amount of arimadex or you could use Red-PCT during cycle. 1/2mg twice/wk adex or 1 capsule a day of Red-PCT will work. I’ve found the arimistane in Red-PCT to be just as effective as arimadex, my bloodwork shows that it keeps my estro in check so I know it’s good
Due to the possible cholesterol issues, moderate anabolic steroid cycles may be best served with SERM’s in order to protect against estrogenic related side effects. SERM’s will not negatively affect cholesterol; in fact, SERM’s like Nolvadex have been shown to promote healthy cholesterol levels due to their ability to act as estrogen in the liver. However, for many a SERM won’t be enough and AI’s will be necessary. If an AI is necessary, the individual should limit his use and only use as much as is actually needed. Some have suggested that a 10mg per day dosing of Nolvadex along with your Arimidex use may actually aid in cholesterol management.